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As one of the nation's most respected teaching hospitals, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE) has the following employment opportunities. If you are interested in an available position, please apply online at www.mountsinai.org/careers. Please note the job title and location when applying.

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai is an equal opportunity employer.

Positions available as of Thursday, October 19th, 2017

380 Physician Offices

Patient Care Coordinator

Responsibilities include patient registration, entering data, verifying insurance, accepting payments, ensuring referrals for tests and specialty care. Confirm patient eligibility and medical necessity. Schedule appointments and answer phone calls. Perform daily cash and credit reconciliations. Prepare medical records and scan documents into EMR. Excellent written and communication skills.  Medical terminology and office experience preferred. High school diploma or equivalent required. Full-Time Position

Admitting

Patient Registrar

Responsible for registration of private and emergency patients to all clinics; Process admissions quickly & accurately in a professional manner. Patient demographic and insurance information data entry into Meditech system. Obtain medical records for patients previously seen. Assist patients with forms. Communicating to other departments to ensure placement of patients. High School Diploma or Equivalent required (some college coursework preferred). Computer skills, knowledge of hospital setting also required. Customer service experience and knowledge of third party payers preferred. Bilingual a plus. Full-Time Temporary Position

Patient Registrar

Responsible for registration of private and emergency patients to all clinics; Process admissions quickly & accurately in a professional manner. Patient demographic and insurance information data entry into Meditech system. Obtain medical records for patients previously seen. Assist patients with forms. Communicating to other departments to ensure placement of patients. High School Diploma or Equivalent required (some college coursework preferred). Computer skills, knowledge of hospital setting also required. Customer service experience and knowledge of third party payers preferred. Bilingual a plus. Per Diem Position

Ambulatory Care-ENT

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge. May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate. Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required. Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required. Hospital related experience preferred. Full-Time Position 

Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner

Responsibilities include evaluating and treating adult and pediatric patients in the ENT clinic, under the supervision of an Otolarygologist. Performs admission and preadmission histories and physicals and minor procedures as assigned.  Assists in the handling of patient care and personnel emergencies.  Performs pre-employment physical, evaluates and treats employees who become ill or injured at work.  Develops and/or participates in pilot studies, research projects and quality improvement activities. Draws blood, inserts catheters, intravenous lines and heparin locks, injects contrast dyes, approved IV meds, changes surgical dressings prescribes medications and other tests and treatments as part of the evaluation, care and treatment of patients as directed by their supervising physician.  Perform other related duties as required by the supervising physician. Bachelor's degree from an accredited Physician Assistant Program required.  Certification/ Licensure as a registered PA by the New York State Education Department. Must be ACLS certified. Competent in surgical assisting for ENT cases. Full-Time Position

Administration

Executive Assistant

The Executive Assistant works closely with department administration and New York Eye and Ear (NYEE) and Mount Sinai Downtown leadership on strategic and operational initiatives.  Active liaison with the Development Office and International Affairs Office.  Communicates effectively with high profile patients, donors, and VIP patients (manages VIP/high profile practice of President/System Chair).  Coordinates and manages physician/hospital/philanthropic events.  Communicates with high-level NYEE and Mount Sinai Health System (MSHS) executives and their respective offices.  Manages responses to complaints/concerns from patients, staff, and physicians (addressed to President and/or System Chair) and acts decisively.  Collaborates with HR, Finance, Security, Patient Quality, and other departments to ensure smooth coordination of President’s responses.  Works on special projects at direction of President/System Chair.  Responsible for all accounts payable and receivable from Administrative Suite.  Active liaison with MSHS legal, compliance, and HR departments in compliance with MSHS policies and procedures.  Assists the System Chair of Ophthalmology with Graduate Medication Education responsibilities and Research Institute initiatives.  Works closely with NYEE/MSHS Marketing and Public Affairs to respond effectively to opportunities and/or threats.  Assists in the preparation of Joint Commission and other hospital reviews, mandates, and requirements.  Provides administrative support to include typing, preparing reports, and correspondence.  Coordinates meetings and appointments and maintains supervisor’s calendar.  Responsible for the timely and accurate ordering of department supplies.  Maintains office filing systems in an orderly fashion.  Responsible for the scheduling of conference rooms.  Analyzes problems and resolves them or refers them to the appropriate person.  Makes travel arrangements and accommodations.  Prepares travel reimbursements and expense reports.  Ability to multi-task to ensure time-sensitive tasks are completed in an appropriate manner.  Maintain and update department/hospital roster of physicians, trainees, and staff.  Minimum of three years’ experience working as an administrative assistant and one year experience working in an executive office.  Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred.  Full-Time Position

Ambulatory Care Service - Admin

Patient Service Representative 

Responsibilities include answering and screening phone calls; scheduling appointments; greeting patients; obtains and processes necessary information regarding appointments and cancellations. Data entry and output; prints reports. Maintains office filing system and/or patient chart system. Processes receipts; checks and prepares patient charts. Other duties as assigned by department head. 1-2 years’ experience in a service office environment. High school diploma. Bilingual preferred. Some knowledge of computers and good communication skills.  Per-Diem Position (2)

Ambulatory Care Service - (Eye Clinic)

Ophthalmic Technician

Responsibilities include compiling patient history, measuring visual acuity, refractometry, performing visual fields (Humphrey Visual Fields, Goldman Visual Fields) and recording patient history, according to standards established by the Infirmary. Must have background in ophthalmology (JCAHPO and technical certification preferred, but not required). Knowledge of medical instrumentation and its proper care and usage needed. Minimum three years work related experience required.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.   Willing to train ideal candidate on Goldman Visual Fields. Full-Time Position

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position

Business Intelligence and Performance Improvement

Financial Analyst

Provides administrative and financial support for the business and operations functions within the hospital.  Reporting to the Director of Finance & Business Operations at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai, theFinancial Analyst compiles and analyzes financial information. They will create reports and ensures accurate data recording.  Oversees data validation and organization and makes sure that it is available to appropriate people and systems within an organization.  Implements the best practices in data management to ensure the integrity of the data, the quality of data processes and deliver analyzable data to a variety of internal clients of the Medical Center.  Maintains data integrity and supports data analysis as necessary.  Make recommendations and assist in data analysis as necessary.Make recommendations and assist in data capture, data extraction and analysis.  Provides support for preparation offinancial models/analyses to support current and proposed business transactions, service offering, and performanceimprovement initiatives, etc.  Prepare utilization analysis and trending. Prepare financial reports for presentation.  Assist in the reporting of financial results.  Proficient in data collection and basic analysis.  Compile and analyze data.  Ability tocompile and display data in easy-to-understand and ready-to-use formats.  Assists faculty and staff with queries, statistical analyses, reports and technical difficulties related to data retrieval.  Performs other related duties.  Stronganalytical skills.  Demonstrates an independent work initiative, sound judgment, diplomacy, tact and professional demeanor.  Able to work under pressure.  Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks simultaneously.  Ability to routinely meet deadlines.  Strong communication skills, both written and verbally.  Strong data entry skills whilemaintaining 98% accuracy.  Ability to work fluently with others in the department.  Able to quickly learn proprietarysoftware systems.  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and work experience required.  Master’s degree may bepreferred.  Two to five years’ experience, preferably in a large medical center or healthcare environment with a focus in Accounting, Finance, or similar field.  Advanced Skillset in MS Excel and Word preferred.  Basic skillset in MS Accessand Outlook.  Preferred skill set using Tableau, Allscripts EPSi, and MS Visio.  Full-Time Position

Health Systems and Process Improvement Manager I

Develops, manages, and executes complex performance improvement initiatives coordinated by the Office of Strategic and Business Planning to improve both clinical department performance and non-clinical operations utilizing a wide range of performance improvement tools and methodologies.  Reporting to the Director of Finance and Business Operations at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai, the HSPI Manager I provides analytical and project management support to the system hospitals’ staff and leadership in operating more efficiently and plays a leadership role in the Department of Business Intelligence and Performance Improvement by serving as a mentor to junior HSPI Analysts.  Independently leads, designs, manages, and executes performance improvement initiatives through all phases.  Responsible for scoping performance improvement initiatives, acquiring stakeholder buy-in and leadership support, and establishing metrics and milestones.  Creates and updates project plans, action items, and meeting minutes.  Utilizes expertise in improvement methodologies to appropriately identify the correct design and approach for initiatives.  Coordinates data collection, analysis, and assessment through both physical observations and system reporting.  Coordinates activities of Health Systems and Process Improvement team members supporting initiatives.  Documents and presents findings to all levels of staff and leadership.  Performs independent complex data analysis to support leadership decision making.  Types of data analysis include, but are not limited to:  process measures and performance metrics, scheduling, labor and productivity, quality measures, patient satisfaction measures, and demographic analysis.  Develops effective and trusting working relationships with all levels of staff including, but not limited to, front line staff, administrators, and physician leaders.  Maintains current knowledge of health care delivery trends and evidence-based solutions for improving the delivery of care and services.  Performs other duties as required.  Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Industrial Engineering, Health Care-clinical or administration, or related quantitative field required.  Master’s Degree preferred.  Minimum 3 plus years of direct operations management, performance improvement, or consulting experience in one or more of the following areas:  strategic planning, operations management, quality improvement, and process improvement.  Certification and/or working knowledge of Lean/Six Sigma methodologies.  Lean certification preferred.  Expert proficiency with Microsoft office suite required.  Strong written and verbal communications skills required.  Strong analytical and trouble-shooting skills.  Project management experience with an emphasis on process improvement, change management, or implementation of customer/patient centered processes.  Willingness and proven ability to quickly learn new skills and acquire knowledge in order to perform job effectively.  Ability to work independently or as part of a team.  Excellent follow-through skills, self-motivated and detail oriented.  Strong organizational and time management skills to manage multiple projects, issues, and priorities effectively and simultaneously with attention to detail.  Full-Time Position

Management Analyst I

Provides basic to moderately complex analytical and project management support, utilizing a wide range of state of the art performance improvement methodologies across all administrative and operational functions.  Manages and executes complex performance improvement initiatives to improve both clinical department performance and non-clinical operations utilizing a wide range of performance improvement tools and methodologies.  Makes recommendations, prepares, reviews, and analyzes data from business and organizational systems to assist higher level decision making personnel or management in operating more efficiently and effectively.  Independently leads, designs, manages, and executes performance improvement initiatives through all phases.  Responsible for scoping performance improvement initiatives, acquiring stakeholder buy-in and leadership support, and establishing metrics and milestones.  Prepares, reconciles, and analyzes basic to moderately complex information to management for review, analysis and decision making.  Creates and updates project plans, action items, and meeting minutes.  Utilizes expertise in improvement methodologies to appropriately identify the correct design and approach for initiatives.  Develops effective and trusting working relationships with all levels of staff including, but not limited to, front line staff, administrators, and physician leaders.  Maintains current knowledge of healthcare delivery trends and evidence-based solutions for improving the delivery of care and services.  Creates reporting tools to simplify and communicate financial and operational objectives.  Prepares forecasting models to assist in high-level decision making.  Documents findings of studies and prepares recommendations for implementation of new systems, procedures, or organizational changes.  Performs independent complex data analysis to support leadership decision making.  Types of data include, but are not limited to:  process measures and performance metrics, scheduling, labor, and productivity, quality measures, patient satisfaction measures, and demographic analysis.  Prepares feasibility studies and business plans of moderate complexity to support new business developments.  Prepares basic to moderately complex Market Research and Analyses, Demand and Supply Analyses, and Demographic Studies to inform and support senior leadership’s decision making related to specific initiatives.  Prepares monthly or quarterly reports and presentations as required.  Advances the organization’s ability to meet and exceed key strategic initiatives.  Updates monthly metrics and reports trends.  Documents current operations and provides recommendations on new procedures and methods for management.  Prepares documents and diagrams to illustrate and describe operations and presents findings and recommendations.  Monitors project timelines and budgets.  May provide informal training for Business Analysts.  Performs other duties as required.  Bachelors in Business Administration or related field required, Master’s Degree preferred.  Three years minimum experience in management, performance improvement, or consulting; preferably in a large medical center or healthcare environment required.  Must have intermediate MS Office Suite skills.  Full-Time Position

Communicative Disorders

System Administrative Director, Audiological Services

Director provides administrative direction and coordination in the formulation and interpretation and administration of current and long range policies, procedures, and programs regarding issues of audiology.  Collaborates with the Head of the Division of Otology to develop short-term and long-range plans.  With the Administrative Director of OHNS, interprets and administers policy regarding hiring, payroll, appointments and promotions, placement or orientation of all audiological staff.  Reviews and approves all reclassifications, new positions, and salary increases for audiological staff.  With the Head of the Division of Otology, develops performance goals for audiological staff and directs and coordinates the performance and appraisal system for audiological staff.  Provides oversight to ensure compliance with established standards.  Assures compliance with regulatory, insurance, and ethical standards regarding safety of patients, employees and property.  Identifies contingency plans for potential risks.  Implements quality assurance programs to meet standards and regulations of federal, state, and city accrediting agencies.  Assures standards and regulations of accrediting agencies, such as Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care, Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and New York State and City Department of Health are met.  Responsible for the coordination of audiological services provisions and clinical care of the Inpatient/Outpatient.  Evaluates patients with disorders of hearing or the vestibular system to assess level of function.  Selects and administers diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for patient evaluation and treatment purposes.  Plans and provides rehabilitation services for patients with hearing disorders, including pediatric speech pathology services for children with hearing disorders.  Assess patient’s response to rehabilitation efforts and provides intervention as appropriate.  Oversees availability of appropriate instrumentation for evaluation and rehabilitation of patients with disorders of hearing and evaluation of patients with vestibular disorders.  Oversees ordering and stocking of supplies.  With the Director of Otology, is responsible for the provision of continuing education and quality improvement for in-patient and out-patient audiological rehabilitative goals/services.  Will work with the system head of Vestibular Rehabilitation to coordinate appropriate testing.  Graduate of an accredited Audiology Program (AuD or PhD) and the ability to obtain a New York State License required.  Minimum 10 years experience in clinical audiology and evidence of greater than 3 years of administrative experience.  Full-Time Position

Ear Institute

Patient Care Representative

Responsibilities include patient registration, entering data, verifying insurance, accepting payments, ensuring referrals for tests and specialty care.  Confirm patient eligibility and medical necessity.  Schedule appointments and answer phone calls. Perform daily cash and credit reconciliations.  Prepare medical records and scan documents into EMR. Excellent written and communication skills.  Medical terminology and office experience preferred.  High school diploma or equivalent required. Part- Time

ENT Faculty Practice

Receptionist   

Responsibilities include answering and screening phone calls; scheduling appointments; greeting patients; obtains and processes necessary information regarding appointments and cancellations. Data entry and output; prints reports. Maintains office filing system and/or patient chart system. Processes receipts; checks and prepares patient charts. Other duties as assigned by department head. 1-2 years’ experience in a service office environment. High school diploma. Bilingual preferred. Some knowledge of computers and good communication skills.  Full-Time Position

Surgical Coordinator

Perform all administrative duties as it relates to the coordination of booking and insurance per-authorization prior to patients surgeries and procedures. Efficient time management skills and telephone etiquette. Excellent communication and customer service skills.  Some knowledge of insurance verification preferred. Must be able to work under stressful conditions and have some decision making capabilities; good telecommunication skills: be computer literate and have knowledge of patient scheduling techniques. Strong organizational and communications skills. Bilingual in English/Spanish a plus. Bachelor’s preferred. High School graduate with some college and at least 3 years work experience in high patient volume area required.  Full-Time Position

Eye Faculty Practice 

Assistant Office Manager

Duties include assisting the Practice Manager with everyday operational duties including, but not limited to, determining the weekly schedule for staff, payroll input, patient flow, correspondence both in an out of the department, weekly meetings with manager, Paid Time Off (PTO) coverage, etc.  Medical knowledge of Ophthalmology a plus.  Bilingual, English and Spanish, preferred.  Minimum 5 years medical off experience required.  High school diploma or equivalent required, Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Full-Time Position

Receptionist  

Responsibilities include answering and screening phone calls; scheduling appointments; greeting patients; obtains and processes necessary information regarding appointments and cancellations. Data entry and output; prints reports. Maintains office filing system and/or patient chart system. Processes receipts; checks and prepares patient charts. Other duties as assigned by department head. 1-2 years’ experience in a service office environment. High school diploma. Bilingual preferred. Some knowledge of computers and good communication skills.  Full-Time

Eye Faculty Practice-Upper East Side

Ophthalmic Technician

Responsibilities include compiling patient history, measuring visual acuity, refractometry, performing visual fields (Humphrey Visual Fields, Goldman Visual Fields) and recording patient history, according to standards established by the Infirmary. Must have background in ophthalmology (JCAHPO and technical certification preferred, but not required). Knowledge of medical instrumentation and its proper care and usage needed. Minimum three years work related experience required.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.   Willing to train ideal candidate on Goldman Visual Fields. Full-Time Position

Food and Nutrition

Cook’s Helper

Responsible for daily production and preparation of food for the cafeteria. Cooks hot and cold food items as specified, following recipes where appropriate.  Maintain quality and sanitary food standards. Confirm that food deliveries and their invoices are accurate. Perform other related duties as required. Excellent knife and cooking skills.  Must have good verbal and written communication skills and demonstrate ability to maintain effective relationships with management, employees and the general public. Attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines are essential, as well as the ability to work well with others, prioritize and take initiative. Knowledge of purchasing helpful. 5 years in food service preferred. Culinary education preferred. High School diploma or GED required. Part-Time Position

Registered Dietitian

The Per Diem Registered Dietitian position is responsible for clinical nutrition as well as foodservice management/supervision. Seeking an RD with a flexible schedule that includes availability on the weekends, certain holidays, and the ability to cover the full time RD’s Paid Time Off. Recent graduates are welcome.  Duties include but are not limited to screening patients for nutrition risk and assessing those found at risk, documenting patient visits, creating nutrition care plans and modifying as needed, modifying therapeutic menus based on diet orders and patients requests, reviewing patient’s menus and food trays for completeness and accuracy, conducting meal rounds, taking patient food orders, and delivering trays, overseeing food service staff, documenting refrigerator and freezer temperatures, checking for expired and/or mislabeled food in storage, pantry, refrigerators and freezers.  Baccalaureate degree in Nutrition Sciences required.  Registered Dietitian with the Committee on Dietetic Registration required.  Certified Dietitian / Nutritionist in New York State preferred.  Hospital experience preferred.  Experience with JCAHO a plus.  Per Diem Position

Glaucoma Services

Senior Ophthalmic Technician

Responsible for performing patient work-ups to include visual acuity, vital signs, chart patient medications, IOP measurements, set-up laser room, maintain equipment, perform Humphrey and Goldman visual fields tests, etc.  Will supervise department staff in the absence of the department Director.  Previous healthcare supervisory experience required.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.  Certification as an Ophthalmic Technician preferred.  College degree and minimum 5 years work related experience required.  Will provide coverage for the department Director as necessary.  Full-Time Position

Housekeeping

Housekeeping Worker

Responsible for keeping hospital facilities and equipment clean and orderly according to Joint Commission standards and following Infection Control protocol. Duties shall include, but not limited to, mopping, vacuuming, scrubbing, and waxing floors, trash collection, snow removal and other related duties. Must be flexible, available to work on weekends and holidays. Job requires lifting, pushing, pulling, and bending. Experience in healthcare preferred. High School Diploma or equivalent required. Previous housekeeping experience requiredFull-Time Position

Housekeeping Worker-Temporary

Responsible for keeping hospital facilities and equipment clean and orderly according to Joint Commission standards and following Infection Control protocol. Duties shall include, but not limited to, mopping, vacuuming, scrubbing, and waxing floors, trash collection, snow removal and other related duties. Must be flexible, available to work on weekends and holidays. Job requires lifting, pushing, pulling, and bending. Experience in healthcare preferred. High School Diploma or equivalent required. Previous housekeeping experience requiredFull-Time Position (1)

Infection Prevention

Director

Responsible for overseeing all aspects on the Infection Prevention/Control Program, in collaboration with employee health services manager. Initiates implements, monitors and evaluates Infection Prevention standards throughout The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; consistent with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. Ensures compliance with NYS, NYC, OSHA and The Joint commission requirements. Baccalaureate degree in nursing or related field required. Current NYS nursing license. APIC certification and a minimum of 3 years’ experience in Infection Prevention. Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs. Additional educational preparation is desirable in the areas of Epidemiology. Membership in professional organizations.  Full-Time Position 

Laboratory

Clinical Lab Technologist

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, Microbiology registration and preparation of send outs as well as entering Microbiology results into the system.  Clinical Chemistry running tests and reporting results.  Hematology running CBC’s, as well as reading peripheral blood smears and reporting results.  Performing Urinalysis is also required.  Performs routine and advanced testing in chemistry and hematology labs according to approved procedures and techniques.  Basic knowledge of clinical Chemistry, Microbiology, and Hematology testing, principles and instrumentation required.  Must have good computer skills and able to multi-task.  Able to work in a small lab with few technologists and able to interact with doctors, patients and nurses.  At least 5 years of experience preferred.  Licensed as a clinical laboratory technologist or technician in NYS (ASCP).  BS in biology/medical technology preferred.  Full-Time Position

Histotechnologist

Performs a variety of technical procedures that result in the creation of microscopic slides preparation, Prepare Frozen Sections for Preoperative Diagnosis within an appropriated turn-around time of the specimen being received. Correctly matches surgical working draft, requisition and slides for distribution to pathologists.  Prepares moderate to high complexity surgical pathology specimens for processing. Able to interpret physician instruction written on test requisition.  Able to perform routine embedding in variety of tissues, cut routine and frozen sections.  Prepare special stain for cytological and histological specimens.  Demonstrates problem solving ability and maintains clear communication with peers and superiors.  Must have good organizational, flexible multitasking attitude and computer skills. Able to work in a small multi-tasking lab with few technologists and able to interact with doctors, patients and nurses. At least 5 years of experience in Histology techniques as well as grossing surgical pathology experience.  NY State Clinical Technician or Technologist or NY State Histology Technician or Technologist, HT (ASCP) certification.  Full-Time Position

Medical Affairs/Credentialing

Manager, Medical Affairs/Credentialing

Responsible for day-to-day hospital credentialing of Mount Sinai Health System Medical Staff and Allied Health Professionals.  Manager will oversee credentialing coordinators and specialists to ensure each practitioner meets the requirements of the credentialing process and policies of the Mount Sinai Health System Hospitals.  Responsibilities included participation in all credentialing activities, ensuring credentialing timelines meet stated deadlines, supervision of staff, assisting with defining measurable and actionable metrics, development of relationships including interactions with corporate partners, clinical departments, physicians, and providers.  Will report directly to the Director or Associate Director of Medical Staff Services.  Selected individual will be a member of the Medical Staff Services Management Team.  Bachelor’s Degree in a healthcare related field required, Masters preferred.  Five years credentialing in hospitals, medical affairs or the equivalent a plus.  Two years supervisory experience in a healthcare setting preferred.  NAMSS Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) preferred.  Proficiency with Microsoft office required, experience with Cactus or Morrisey, or similar credentialing system preferred.  Full-Time Position

Medical & Surgical

Supervisor, Perioperative Materials Management

Supervises staff and coordinates with staff, managers, and physicians using a standardized, systematic approach to materials and equipment purchases.  Establishes and participates in clinical supply and equipment evaluations and solicits feedback from staff and physicians.  Assesses patient care needs based on specific requests, improved technology, and past trends.  Makes weekly rounds in clinical areas to assess storage and review clinical needs.  Supervises and coordinates planning for space utilization for new and existing operating rooms.  Supervises the development and implementation of performance improvements to achieve cost-effective quality patient care.  Responsible for providing a safe working environment for the Central Supply Staff and the patient population in the OR’s or PACU areas as it pertains to specialized equipment.  Supervises and coordinates the ordering of all supplies and equipment in the OR, PACU, and Central Supply Areas.  Revises and initiates patient charges and supervises their entry into the computer system.  Oversees the preparation and maintenance of the data base for OR Materials Management Module.  Creates and directs cost-effective supply and equipment pilot study and new programs to keep NYEEI in the cutting edge of advanced technology.  Must have skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite to include Excel.  College degree is required.  Operating Room and materials management experience is required.  Must have knowledge of medical and surgical terminology.  Must be a graduate of a program for Operating Room Technicians or any accredited program of nursing or medical education.  Must have a current CPR certification.  Full-Time Position

Supervisor, Sterile Processing

Responsible for all functions and coordination of decontamination, preparation, sterilization and storage for the surgical schedule.  Responsible for coordination and all functions of staff in the Production area.  Responsible for inventory control of the Med/Surg supplies utilized to build the case carts needed for the surgical schedule and all staff in the Logistics/case cart area.  Responsible for ordering and maintaining the inventory of all surgical instruments for replacement in trays to make up new ones and the coordination of internal and external repair of surgical instruments and the throughput of loaner instrument trays.  Responsible for planning, implementation and appraisal of the orientation, preceptorship programs, and ongoing staff development for personnel, management and support staff, in the Sterile Processing Department (SPD).  Participates in the revision of the policies and procedures of the SPD, appraisal of staff functions and execution of duties required to determine educational programs and assist in research projects and studies associated with the department.  Must demonstrate flexibility in 24-hour staffing and scheduling to meet departmental and hospital needs and take calls on weekends.  IAHCSMM certification required.  Must have a minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Education or Healthcare related field or a combination of similar experience and education.  Two years’ experience in Sterile Processing required and demonstrated ability to supervise and manage a diverse staff.  Must have comprehensive knowledge in specific health care products, decontamination and sterilization of equipment, inventory control and receiving of goods, reprocessing techniques and practices, knowledge and experience in surgical instrumentation and regulatory standards and practices, and knowledge and experience in surgical instrumentation and regulatory standards.  Must have current membership and active participation in a relevant professional organization.  Computer proficiency must include word processing, spread sheets, and some basic familiarity with instrument tracking systems.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required.  Full-Time Position

Nursing Administration

Clinical Informatics Specialist

Provides enterprise or departmental information systems support to Health System clinicians in support of clinical systems (EMR, Pharmacy, Nursing, SCM, etc.) as assigned.  Evaluates, plans, organizes and integrates information, computer and clinical sciences to optimize acquisition, storage, retrieval, management and communication of related clinical data, information and knowledge.  Assesses workflow related processes and requirements and facilitates system enhancements and modification to meet clinician requirements.  Recommends and implements approved system improvements.  Collaborates with management and clinicians in designing, implementing, and maintaining clinical applications (i.e. Sunrise Clinical Manager, EMR, medication management systems, etc.).  Assists in the development of design specifications in support of new or modified clinical applications.  Documents current processes to establish a baseline for developmental improvements of future workflows and recommends and assists with implementing new and improved processes and workflows.  Acts as liaison and represents the system users/customers in all project initiatives.  Performs post-implementation monitoring of adoption and use.  Participates in interdisciplinary and process improvement teams to identify potential uses of the information systems and potential improvements in current use of systems.  Educates clinical and support staff to optimize information system/applications and maintain integrity.  Supports clinical staff to use technology in a manner which promotes patient safety, confidentiality, and efficiency.  Coordinates data reporting and performs analysis necessary to support patient/clinical records. Performance improvement and departmental decision-making.  Acts as liaison to clinically related committees and staff to coordinate and communicate CIS projects and outcomes measurement.  Facilitates ongoing enterprise CIS design and implementation associated with assigned clinical discipline policies and practices and QM standards.  Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, Pharmacy, Healthcare Management, Allied Health, Information Systems or related field required; Master’s Degree preferred.  Current licensure as appropriate required.  Advanced clinical licensure (PA, NP) preferred.  Minimum of five years directly related clinical experience, healthcare informatics or healthcare operations, including leadership, and/or education required.  Full-Time Position

Nurse Education Manager

The Nurse Education Manager is an advanced role involving the management, assessment, planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of clinical and educational activities, including orientation, staff development and competency assessments.  Leads nursing practice using the tenets of the Professional Practice Model of Relationship Centered Care and the Care Delivery Model of Modified Primary Nursing for the promotion of the patient experience. Demonstrates proficiency in all aspects of Purposeful Hourly Rounding (PHR) and role models expected behaviors.  Oversees the development and implementation of the budget, including capital equipment allocation, and makes recommendations according to MSHS financial goals.  Maintains, reviews and evaluates educational record keeping and reporting systems and modifies as necessary.  Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care, based on physical, psychosocial, educational, safety, and related criteria, appropriate to the age of the patients served in assigned area.  Acts as a management representative for the MSHS or department on committees as designated.  Participates in the ongoing and annual evaluation and performance improvement plans of employees and shares feedback with the Clinical Nurse Managers/Associate Directors/Directors and Senior Directors accordingly.  Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing, Masters degree in Nursing/Allied Health with experience in Nursing Education, and Professional Board certification in clinical specialty or staff development required.  Must have relevant clinical experience in area of nursing practice assigned.  Must have ability to read, write, understand and speak English in a clear and concise manner.  Ability to use data entry, retrieval systems and the electronic medical record documentation system in a proficient manner required.  Full-Time Position

Nursing-4th Floor

Operating Room Nurse Manager

Responsibilities include coordinating, implementing and evaluating nursing care and practice within a specific unit on a 24 hour basis. Maintaining standards of nursing care and practice by supervising and evaluating unit personnel.  Also to promote the philosophy and objectives of the Nursing Department at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. BSN required. BCLS / ACLS / PALS certification required. Baccalaureate degree and Master’s Degree and Operating Room Certification preferred. Current NY State nursing license/registration required. Graduate of an accredited program of nursing education. Three to five years of operating room experience with at least two years previous proven experience and expertise in an operating room management position commensurate with the unit's clinical demands preferred.  IV/EKG certified or with prior training preferred but not required.  Must be available to work flexible hours. Computer Knowledge, Management/Supervisor experience in hospital setting preferred.   Bilingual preferred.  Full-Time Position

5th Floor ASU

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (3)

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred. Full-Time Position  

Nursing - 7th Floor

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position

Nursing - 9th Floor

Nursing Assistant 

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position

Operating Room-2nd Floor

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (3)

Surgical Technician

Responsibilities include assisting nurses in the provision of nursing care to surgical patients by performing routine and delegated duties according to the standards of practices and policies of the hospital and the Nursing Department.  Assists in the preparation of the operating room.  One year Surgical Technologist Program required; BCLS and Current CPR certification required.  Previous hospital and operating room experience preferred.  Ophthalmology and ENT experience also preferred.  Full-Time (3)

Registered Professional Nurse                                                                                                                                                                      

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (2)

Registered Professional Nurse                                                                                                                                                                     

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position 

4th Floor Operating Room

Registered Professional Nurse                                                                                                                                                                     

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position (5)

Registered Professional Nurse                                                                                                                                                                     

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position

Surgical Technician

Responsibilities include assisting nurses in the provision of nursing care to surgical patients by performing routine and delegated duties according to the standards of practices and policies of the hospital and the Nursing Department.  Assists in the preparation of the operating room.  One year Surgical Technologist Program required; BCLS and Current CPR certification required.  Previous hospital and operating room experience preferred.  Ophthalmology and ENT experience also preferred.  Full-Time Position (2)

Surgical Technician

Responsibilities include assisting nurses in the provision of nursing care to surgical patients by performing routine and delegated duties according to the standards of practices and policies of the hospital and the Nursing Department.  Assists in the preparation of the operating room.  One year Surgical Technologist Program required; BCLS and Current CPR certification required.  Previous hospital and operating room experience preferred.  Ophthalmology and ENT experience also preferred.  Per Diem Position (2)

Ophthalmology - Williamsburg

Ophthalmic Technician

Responsibilities include compiling patient history, measuring visual acuity, refractometry, performing visual fields (Humphrey Visual Fields, Goldman Visual Fields) and recording patient history, according to standards established by the Infirmary. Must have background in ophthalmology (JCAHPO and technical certification preferred, but not required). Knowledge of medical instrumentation and its proper care and usage needed. Minimum three years work related experience required.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.   Willing to train ideal candidate on Goldman Visual Fields. Full-Time Position

Ophthalmology - Tribeca Satellite

Ophthalmic Technician

Responsibilities include compiling patient history, measuring visual acuity, refractometry, performing visual fields (Humphrey Visual Fields, Goldman Visual Fields) and recording patient history, according to standards established by the Infirmary. Must have background in ophthalmology (JCAHPO and technical certification preferred, but not required). Knowledge of medical instrumentation and its proper care and usage needed. Minimum three years work related experience required.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.   Willing to train ideal candidate on Goldman Visual Fields. Full-Time Position

Orthoptics

Administrative Coordinator

Provides coordination, integration, and facilitation of clinical and administrative services for the Pediatric/Orthoptics and Adult Strabismus Departments.  Provides monthly reports of departmental activities to Department Directors and the Vice President of Ophthalmology Services.  Plans and conducts staff meetings as necessary and participates in in-service and other educational programs.  Adjust staffing schedule as needed for adequate department coverage.  Assures that care is provided with age specific needs, patient’s rights, and ethical decision-making considered.  Handles emergencies and takes appropriate action.  Completes incident/occurrence report.  Determines the urgency of the situation and makes appropriate referrals.  Coordinates the pediatric glaucoma, pediatric retina, pediatric cornea, pediatric cataract, and pediatric ophthalmology schedules for the year, revising as necessary.  This includes coordination of appointments, no shows, and post-operative follow-up.  Coordinates muscle conference and surgical schedule at six month intervals and other surgical and conference needs.  Responsible for monitoring workflow and productivity and assist staff with problem areas.  Maintain are records, reports, and statistics as required for administrative purposes and budget preparation.  Acts as a resource to the staff in the computerized scheduling system (Meditech) and monitors the appointment dictionary for adjustments to scheduling.  Attends monthly Department Head meetings, Quality Meetings, Revenue Cycle meetings, and other meetings as necessary.  Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years’ experience in administrative/supervisory healthcare position required.  Full-Time Position

PACU

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med//Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (2)

Patient Accounts

Biller

Responsibilities include third party insurance billing and review and processing of funds.  Inclusive also is review of trial balances and adjustment of accounts after payment.  Third party billing knowledge required as well as PC skills.  Prior office experience also required.  Full-Time Position

Pharmacy Services

OPD Pharmacist

A 340B Outpatient/Retail Hospital Pharmacy inside a Specialty Ambulatory Surgery Hospital seeking a NYS licensed Pharmacist with retail pharmacy experience and preferably additional hospital experience, excellent verbal, written, and organizational skills, knowledgeable of all federal, state, and city regulations for practicing pharmacy in a retail environment.  Specialty and compounding experience a plus.  Proficiency in Spanish language preferable.  Cash register, MS Office, Outlook computer skills, and knowledgeable of third party prescription insurances.  PharmD in Pharmacy, active NYS Pharmacy license in good standing, retail pharmacy practice and hospital experience required.  Must have excellent professional and patient communication skills, be a team player, flexible and prompt.  Position is primarily 2 days a week, Monday and Tuesday from 9am to 5pm, but may vary on some occasions.  Per Diem Position

Plant Operations

Mechanic

Troubleshoot and repair of buildings and installed systems to include: plumbing and electrical systems, kitchen equipment, roofs, drains, door hardware, light carpentry, grounds equipment and HVAC. Clean, lubricate and service a wide variety of pumps, valves, pneumatic controls, electrical, mechanical and hydraulic devices.   Assist with installation and modification of building equipment systems.  Respond immediately to emergency situations.  Inspect buildings, grounds and equipment for unsafe or malfunctioning conditions.   High School Diploma or GED equivalent and 5 years related trade experience in a building-related trade preferred / 3 years hospital maintenance experience preferred. Strong knowledge of the use and care of tools and equipment used in facility and ground maintenance required.  Full-Time Temporary Position

Radiology

CT Technologist

Must be able to utilize CT Scanners to produce cross-section images of patient's internal organs and tissues for the diagnosis of medical issues.  Candidate must be able to interpret a physician's instructions, administer contrast materials, prepare and operate the CT scanner and position patient correctly.  Must be able to conduct examinations in accordance with the highest standards of safety, courtesy, and privacy at all times.  Five years CT experience and multi-slice technology required.  Must have New York State License/Radiologic Technology and ARRT certification.  Per Diem Position (1)

Security

Security Officer

Responsible for protecting the Infirmary properties / assets and all staff, patients and visitors that enter the Infirmary against fire, theft, vandalism, or any unlawful act. To provide service and assist other security officers as needed. To see that all rules and regulations are enforced at all times. Directs and assists employees, patients, and visitors in reaching their destinations. Has NY State Security Guard License displaying NYS 8 hour pre-assignment basic security course and 16 hour OJT. Possess a NYS/NJ Driver’s License Preferred. High School Diploma or GED required. Has at least 2 years security officer job experience or military experience preferred. Good verbal and written communication skills.  Full-Time Position

Sleep Center

Sleep Center Technician

New York State license required; must be authorized to work in New York State.  Responsibilities include demonstrating the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide age specific care in the treatment, assessment, and education of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.  Assist with scoring sleep/wake stages by applying professionally accepted guidelines. Comply with applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and standards regarding safety and infection control issues. Performing routine equipment care, maintenance and inventory evaluation. A.S. or B.S. degree preferred.  Excellent written and spoken communication skills. Successful completion of a polysomnography program, of no less than one year duration, associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility. At least 6 months of experience in a sleep disorder center or laboratory required.  Part-Time Position / 20-30 Hours a Week

Sleep Center Technician

New York State license required; must be authorized to work in New York State.  Responsibilities include demonstrating the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide age specific care in the treatment, assessment, and education of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.  Assist with scoring sleep/wake stages by applying professionally accepted guidelines. Comply with applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and standards regarding safety and infection control issues. Performing routine equipment care, maintenance and inventory evaluation. A.S. or B.S. degree preferred.  Excellent written and spoken communication skills. Successful completion of a polysomnography program, of no less than one year duration, associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility. At least 6 months of experience in a sleep disorder center or laboratory required.  Per Diem Position (2)

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AddressNew York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai
310 E. 14th Street
New York, NY 10003

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